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pail g Celegrapt,
Bittiirday Afternoon, November 17, 1860.
The Adjutant Generalship.
We notice that the name of Capt. John
W. M'Lane, of Erie, is mentioned in con
nection with the Adjutant Generalship of
this State. The Republican papers of
that county strongly urge the claims of
the gallant Captain, and represent that
his qualifications for the position are un
surpassed. "He combines with natural
taste for military pursuits, a thorough
knowledge of the tactics and discipline
which belong to the life of a soldier, and
is confessedly one of the best commanding
officers in the country. In addition to
this, he is earnest and active Republi
can. From the time when the booming
of the Cannon announced the nomination
of Col. Curtin and Abraham Lincoln, to
the day the people ratified their nomina
tions at the polls, the Captain has been
wide-awake all the time and everywhere."
As commander of a Wide-Awake company
he did good service, and deserves to be re
warded. No class of politicians have
stronger claims upon the incoming Ad
ministrations than the gallant Wide-
Awakes, and we feel assured that they
will not be overlooked either at Harris
burg or Washington, when the spoils are
divided among the victors.
The 1 - tiouth and,the Cabinet.
The people of this section cannot but
be amused at the boldness with which the
ultra Southern partials and speaks she.
.a tie majority of Mr. LINCOLN'S
Cabinet shall be Southern men, seeing
that his election was so bitterly opposed
by these same journals and speakers.—
Some of them, however, betray their utter
ignorance of Mr. Lincoln's true character
when they demand this as the condition
of submistiort to his Administration, thus
trying upon him the system of intimida
tion which they tried with such ill success
upon the people of the free States. That
Abraham Lincoln will be the President of
the whole country no one need doubt. He
will not follow the example of President
Buchanan, and throw his whole influence
and almost the entire patronage of the
government in favor of the section of the
country mainly instrumental in his elec
tion. Probably no President elect ever
stood so independent of men, or cliques,
or sections, or so entirely free from embar
rassing pledges and circumstances of any
kind, as Abraham Lincoln does at this
hour. He is in a condition to form a
Cabinet—as well as make other appoint
ments—according to his own judgment
and conviction of what is right, and we
confidently predict that upon that prinei
ple and that alone he will act. He will
niake his own Cabinet, and when the proper
Sims comes he will tell the people who they
are. Until then our readers may regard
as purely works of fancy any Cabinet that
his friends or his enemies may volunteer
to make for him or announce that he has
The Secession Agitators.
We are of that class who regard the
noisy and fanatical demonstrations in a
few Southern States as mere "sound and
fury signifying nothing," and believe that
ere long the conservative masses of that
section will rise in the majesty of their
strength to rebuke the traitors and crush
out treason. The people should remember
the proverb that "empty vessels make
mosti sound." When the history of the
present ezeitement shall have been writ
ten it pill bo found that those who figure
the most prominently as disunion leaders
are men nearly without property, and often
without character, briefiess barristers, dis
appointed politicians and others, depend
ent upon making sensations for a support;
men to be found in every community, the
germs of a Cateline, a Caesar or a Marat.
This element, combining with the unedu
cated poor whites, ,*" . are extra loyal to
heir stiotion in timer , • , .olitieal ferment,
makes all the nome at is now heard
from South Carolina, Georgia, Florida,
Alabama, Mississippi and Texas. Had
those leaders a permanent interest in the
soil, or even a large negro population de
pendent on them, they would be much
:more. cautious and conservative. But
,14ind and beyond all these orators, and
the excited crowds who cheer diem on, is
a rampart of conservatism, represented in
great part by the old Whig party, and
more recently by the Mammal men, and
the supporters of Messrs. Bum, nil Dov
etail. It would, we are certain, be doing
iquatice to those who voted for - Messrs.
Bps*: 'tidy and Lane to charge them all
with favoring disunion. Take South Caro
lina herself, and we have no ittation in
saying that with two months time for
reflection, and a fair and full presentation
of the real issue, three-fourths of the
voters in that State would pronounce
against, secession simply because Mr.
LINCOLN has been elected President for
the next four years. Now that the popu
lar disappointment has had time to effer
vesce, the excitement begins to subside,
and we predict that before the ides of
March the Southern people will be "calm
as a summer's morning," under the healthy
reaction that will take place between new
and that time.
The Result in Pennsylvania.
We present below the official vote, for
President and Vice President, of all the
counties in Pennsylvania, except one, by
which it will he seen that the old Key
stone is the banner State of the Union,
giving Lincoln the rousing majority of
neatly NINNTY.THREE THOUSAND I This
is a result unprecedented in the political
history of oar Commonwealth, and shows
the unanimity which prevails among the
people in favor of Free Territory, Free
Labor and-Protection to Home Industry.
We feel proud of this brilliant victory,
and proud of the gallant sons of the old
Keystone who worked so nobly to achieve
it. Pennsylvania now stands at the head
of the Republican column I The returns
speak for themselves, and we submit them
without farther comment :
COUNTIES. FUSION. IDOUGIAS BELL.
Adams 2,724 2,6441 8 6 8 8
Allegheny.... 16,725 6,725 523 670
Armstrong ... 3,355 2,10850
Beaver 2,824 1,621 4 68
Bedford 2,605 2,224 14 86
Berke 8,846 6,709 420 1.
Blair 8,060 1,276 289, r ---' -
,i,jl9i 0-- --_:::„-_,..7- 7- 897
. 14 1 4-....--n.t e a...0.*1-088 9 22
.....nt. a - f 8,448 5,174 487 95
Butler 8,641 2,882 18 22
Cambria 2,277 1,643 110 124
Carbon 1,768 1,801 869 21
Centre 8,021 2,428 26 36
Chester . 7,771 6,008 263 202
Clarion 1,829 2,078 ; 12
Clearfield.... 1.702 1,836 i 28
Clinton 1,736 1,244 72'
Columbia ... • 1,878 2,866 86 14
Crawford 6,779 2,961 62
Cumberland .. 3.693 8,183 26 147
Dauphin 4,681 2,892 198 169
Delaware.- 8,081 1,500 162 288
F.l k 407 523
Erie 6,160 2,533 1 7 90
Fayette . 8.454 8.808 24 147
Franklin 4, ..51 2,515 622 76
Fulton . 78E 911 1 49
Greene 1,614 2,866 26 17
Elmitingdon- 8,089 1,622 55 22
Indiana 8,910 1,84722
Jefferson,.... 1,704 1,184 6' 6
Juniata 1,494 1,147 2 62
Lancaster.... 18,852 6,185 728 441
Lawrence ... • 2,987 788 16 811
Lebanon 8,668 1,917 10 103
Lehigh 4,171 4.094 146 62
Luzerne 7,800 8,803
Lycoming .... 8.494 2,402 187 91
killean 1,077 591 2
Mercer 8,856 2,546 2 49
Mifflin 1,701 1,189 88 86
Monroe. 844 1,262 291
Montgomery . 6,826 6,590 509 1390
Montour 1,048 786 811 4
Northampton 8,889 4,697 116 371
North umbl' d 2,422 2,806 97 72
Perry 2,871 1,743 8 88
Philadelphia . 89,223 21,619 9,274 7,181
Pike 881 881 1
P0tter........ 108 - 29
Schuylkill..., 7,568 4,968 422 189
Somerset .... 8,218 1,176 1 10
Snyder 1,678 910 60 6
Sullivan 429 497 1
Susquehanna. 4,470 2,648 2 6
Tioga 4,764 1,277 11 9
Union 1,824 812 28 0
Venting° ..... 2,680 1,982 8 8
Warren 2,284 1.087 4
Washington.. 4,724 8.975 8 91
Wayne 2,857 2,618 2
Westruorela'd 4,887 4,796 13 18
Wyoming .... 1,286 1,237 8
York 6,128 6,497 662 674
- ----- -
Total. 288.618176,896 .17,860 12,754
lent majority over Reading
Lincoln over .Douglas ticket.
I " Bell I I
" " all opposition 62,618
Forest, the only county not heard from, offi
cially, gave Gov. Curtin a majority of 60. Ad
ding this to Lincoln's majority above it will be
TREY STILL WANT THEIR LETTERS.
It is noticed that none of the South Caro
lina postmasters have shut up shop yet.
The probability is that none of them will.
South Carolina has not begun to yield
revenue enough to pay for transporting
the mails and paying the salaries of post
masters required for the State. When
the wealthy planters and property hold
ers begin to pay enormous taxes to sup
port the secessionists, a speedy reaction
will ensue. With all their belated inde
pendence, Carolinians feel the loosening
of the purse strings quite as keenly as the
native born New Englanders.
LINCOLN IN TWA S/LAVVE STATES.—Thci
vote of Lincoln in the slave States, thus
far reported, is as follows
A WOMAN =ROM FM C urn 11101 t A CAA
WINDOW AND JUNIN our Haassir.—A woman,
supposed to be insane, threw her child from
one-of the car windows on the Dedhain Branch
Railroad, this afternoon, about a nailethe either
side of the. Roxbury station, and then threw_
herself frdm the window. T he train which was
running at the rate of twenty miles an hour,
was immediately stopped, and the cars ran
bask to the 'pot where the incident occurred;
but neither the woman' or Child wee found so
be seriously injured apparently. 'They were
brought on to Roxbury, where, it was said, the
wenusn resides—Bodo; Rste/d.
Pennopluanta 311ailp iitlegrapt), Saturbap afternoon, Notientber 17, 1860.
FROM THE FEDERAL CAPITAL.
Correzponderee of the Telrgraph.l
It is not possible to write from this city,
without alluding to the rumors which now
agitate the country on the subject of the state
of public feeling in the South. This feeling,
with its consequent ebnlition of passion and
threat, has served the purpose of supplying the •
flash columns of northern journals with ail
sorts of exaggerated reports, until the unso
phisticated reader actually imagines that this
glorious Union is on the verge of dissolution
and destruction. That great excitement pre
vails at the South no one will attempt to deny,
but that it is the result of any soundly conceived
fears for the safety of the Union or an lofting
ment of southern rights, is as far from the truth
as are the reports of its extent and power.—
Among the politicians of the South, dissolution
or secession has always' been a buncomb note
with which to express their dissatisfaction and
disappointment. Among the people,the.masses
who really constitute the power of the South,
a dissolution is invested with more terror and
presents a more doleful aspect, to them than to
the people of any othei• portion of the coun
try. No one denies the right of any of the
original thirteen States to retire from the Union
just-whenever any one of 'there may deem pro 4
per— no one rises to coerce a single Stile in
to adhesion to the Union, as long as no danger
or damage is threatened by a secession--but we
do claim that when any of the States that came
into the union after the Treaty of Ghent, desires
to retire, it must first be ascertained how much
the original thirteen will lose by such a seces
sion, how they are to be remunerated by such,
a movement, and how they can be protected in
their progress and, development. The States
formed from the territory of Louisiana, pur
chased from the French, in th& event of a
secession would be subject to a restriction of
which they do not now dream. Pennsylvania
has a right vested in that territorwitkk ••,-•
• • vpr •*1.1.97t
by recognizing the States
formed from it as sovereign. If the State of
Louisiana or Arkansas should conclude to se
cede, none of the original thirteen States would
be willing to give up the free navigation of the
rivers of those States, or of trading without
restriction in the ports of those waters, because
they had purchased and paid for such a privi
lege. Here is a question that I have not yet
seen agitated in all the iterations and reitera
tions on. this subject, viz : In the event of the
secession or any of the States that came into
the Union after the formation of the Uonistitir
tion, and.which were bought with the common
capital and credit of. the old thirteen States,
how would each and all those thirteen States
bs protected in their investments made by such
a purchase f I want to press the question on
the minds of those who now so zealously fan
the flame of dissolution, and if we are to have
a dissolution of the Union, I desire that every
State should be justly dealt by in alair distri
bution of the wealth on hand, and the money
invested in the territory forming many of the,
itates that now so bOisterOuSly FOOIDID1154:
disunion. And if we are to have disunion, let
us have it now. The South has long used this
threat as a bully threatens with a concealed
weapon, and it is really time that the threat
should be exposed, It Is time that "disunion"
and the people of all sections should meet face
to face. If this "disunion" is an anaconda, a
rattle snake or a lizard, the people should know
it, and then they could.protect themselves and
their commonwealths accordingly. The labor
mad - the enterprise of the Northshouldknow
and understand whether its progress and devel
opment are forever -to be. impeded by these
threats of a dissolution, and perhaps the men
composing these classes would be able to give
public opinion, both at the North and the
South, a different complexion froln that which
it now wears.
So far as this Administration is concerned,
there is no longer any doubt of its complicity
with the secession party of the South. There
is no longer any doubt as to Mr. linclyinan's
giving aid and comfort to every agitator who
proclaims for a dissolution of the Union. 'tees
than this could not be expected from the man
who created the first "aanse•for the present diffi
culty, and he would indeed be recreant to all
his • impulses which heretofore moved hinidid
he not now lend his counsel and conceit to aid
the measure of.disunion. Such an event im
mediately following his exit from office, would
crown with infamy his most infamous Admini
stration, and end.the corruption with which he
filled the land, in a revolution of fraternal ex
termination. In Cabinet mutiny this man is
reported • to • indulge in the most pathetic ap
peals for the rights of the.Southosppeabt which
elicit the contempt of a> majority of his ad
visors, while they only possess the influence of
moving the venerable4eimitstry of state, Step.
Cass, to tears. Out oftcabinet mutiny, the
time of the President is occupied in increasing
the fears of those around him and encouraging
subordinate officers in the Depextments-to re
sign. Ridiculousse all this may appear to the
reader, it is, nevertheless, true. , It is a fact
that the President is reduced to such small
means to gratify his nature for malignity, and
it is a fact, also, that here in Washington this
man is regarded with the disgust widah was
expressed for his official action by the people of
The last threat of tlmAo l 44.44Ation, to be
carried out by the Democratic majority, in the
Senate, is contained in the report -that every .
nomination which Lincol n may make for mem
bers of his Cabinet, of men from the South,
will be promptly ejected. =Themotive for this
is to make hialAdminlatratio u jtiTeateM.ie as
sectional as poseibie; - and On the ideit'of - this
sectionalism, so antagoniSe public sentiment as
to organise an ripposition patty against Lincoln's
Administration that will prove succaagni
against Republicanism in 1804 it. You se by
this programme that the Southern ring of the
divided Democratic party can only ina lits n it _
self blthe sectionslism-of-linrnextVminis
tration, and in order to render the rumo r of
this sectionalism:psi apparent as passible; - they
intend to_te4s9t every man from tieJliintii who
may be nominated for a‘phica
Cabinet. This is a fact which deserves at least
A mains notice. Ineemani
WASHINGTON, November 16, 1860.
Natest hn Et!Trak.
DAILY TELEGR AP H.
Kansas Territorial Relief Convention.
ATORINZON, Kansas, Nov. 17.
The Territorial Relief Convention assembled
at Lawrence on Wednesday, and after a har
monious session adjourned the same day. Hon.
R. R. Mitchell, of L)nn c w < Prisident;
and John A. Martin, of A:c. ibt la G. El
liott, of Douglas county. Sccretat les
A Territorial Central Committee, composed
rf thirteen members, ore fr, m e ch Council
district, with Gen. S. C. Purnerel for chairman,
A committee of five, with Hon. M. J. Parrott
for chairman, was appointed to draft an addret■
to the people of the States, setting forth the
condition of Kansas, asking their aid. The
Central Committee appointed an executive
committee of five, with General Pomeroy, of
this city, as. Chairman.
Contracts have been made with the different
railroad companies by which goods and provis
ions for the relief f Kansas are shipped at
merely nominal rates of freight, if consigned to
the Chairman of the Committee, Gen. Pomeroy,
Atchison, and marked Kansas Relief Goods."
By. him they will be distributed throughout the
'Territory, :or seat to any ptrticular county,
town or eienciation, if so (Twitted.
A resolution, warning the people of the East
against giving money to arty of those not
baying the endorsement of the Teriitorial Cen
tral Committee, was adopted.
John A. Martin, of Atchison, introduced a
resolution returning the thanks of Kansas to
Thaddeus. Hyatt for his efforts in behalf of its
people, which was unanimously adopted.
The Convention also passed a resolution, in
toduced by .Col. Holiday, of Topeka, request
ing the President to postpone the land salmi.
The Territoral Executive committee hold a
meeting in this city on Wednesday next: There
is unquestionably great destitution throughout
the territory, and there will be much suffering
unless speedy relief is offered.
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
THE holders of stook in the Harrisburg
Building Aesociatien are hereby requested to pre.
gent thee original certificates of stock to the undersigned,
when the same will be cancelled, and the new certifi
cates, with the dividend thereon, will bo toned, as di
rected by a resolution of the Directors.
nol7-dSt ROWT. L. 1.11:11010EI, Secretary.
A. 33.0 4C> IM.,
nEMER, MECHANIC & BUSINESS
THE TOWNSHIP & LOCAL LAWS
STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA.
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stood by any one. Dauphin County will be thoroughly
canvassed for the work;axid the support of the citizens
is respectfully solicited.
THBO. F. SCEERFFBIt,
General Agent for Dauphin county.
P. B.—GOod wireasers are wanted In all parts of this
county for the a hove work, to whom a liberal corneae
gallon will hie eau. Applications Which moat be made
at an early - fine, addressed as aboverwin receive prompt
'atler Lino. 1;41-altw
MRS. M. A. IiIINTSBERGBR will open
a large arrortment of MINTER. kfIiLINBRY; on
bAIURDAY, November IT, at her old mud, No. 5 Mar
ket street. - nig-%
LYKENS' VALLEY NIIT COAL !—For
sale at fp 00 per ton.
..„AIer,ALL G'OAL DELIVERED BY PATENT
titial &limed from both yards'. novlB4
STORAGE ! STORAGE
STORAGE received at the Warehouse of
JAMM3 M. WHEELER,
BITUMINOUS BROAD TOP COAL
BLACKSMITH'S ÜBE. -
ASIIPERIOR ARTICLE, for sale at
$3 00 per too, or 1.0)4 cents per bushel.
COAL BALIFXRBD BY, -r4zENT
- - WI7O.IICARTS. • -
111.E.11" . JAMES M. WMEILIB.
GUN AND BT.A - AU:NG POWDER.
JAMF;B „AL TVE,14741.42?,
•:. KA:11111.8B131ya t PA.,
AGENT FOR ALI POWDER ADD PLEBE
M. I. DY.PONT DE NILMOURS & CO., "
for A large atipplyalways on band. For sale of man
declarer's prices. Magasine two miles below town.
Aar Orders received at Warehouse. rilikt
CABINET - WAHHOUSE.
;TAMPS. FL BOYD & SON,
29 SOUTH SECOND STREET,
rs. and Thdeittikers•
-VOLIIIEVY of Tote,a.tote So.
151;:- Ille,Aha anda PaiicreChake, Marble Top Tablet,
Bureaus; Bediteada, Wash Stand; Hat Racks, ea:- Call
sad examine our atock and prima, as we can sae s k w
as can be bought In the State, add-am
COll/11 . 5,1010ER'S OPIIC
Dauphin County, Pa.
13aRBUSISEGI, November 101 h, 1880.
PLIE Board of County Conlrnissionere
1 will tee Iva sealed propozola uutii 2 o'clock, N. M.,
of 11 efuesday, Not-m:cc 2.lzt, for Furnishing, Deliver
ing and Erecting a Ca-d. iron Fence around the irt of the
new Court 1101180 on the sidea bounded by Inth fuleyp,
Including two :Ingle and one Double Gate. The raid
Fence to be of the pat'ern and dimensions agreeing In
every particular whit that of the New School Pi eisbyteriz
en Church of Harrisburg, Pa, _ _ .
JOHN S. UCTME,
ATTEST—Joan( 141(u.a2, Clerk. nl64d
a COTTAGE FURNITURE, in Chamber
‘,..) Sults, containing Dressing Bureau, Bedsteads, Wash
Stand, Table, Four Chairs, and a Rocking Chair, from
S2S to S4O a suit.
Bureaus and Bedsteads from $4 60 to 910 60, and
otter articles at equally low figures, at the Ware Rooms
of JawES R BOYD & SOS,
nols-dlm 29 South Second Sired.
CANE SEAT CHAIRS.—The largest and
best 'variety, fifty different styles and pattern, from
Se to 818 a set. Also, Tucker's Spring Bed Bottom, the
bast in nse—only S6—at
JAMES It. BOYD & SON'S.
29 South Fecond Street, next to Bell's Store.
EXTRA SUGAR CURED HAMS!
Just secuttred Dy
uovlls WM. DOCK JR &CO
WIIOLS, HALF & QUARTER BOXES.
Just received by
covls WU. DOCK JR & CO.
MOTICE is hereby given that EDWIN
MAGER his Bled an application to the nest Court
of lilbarter Feaalons of Dauphin county, fer tavern license,
Wiket Wee; Fecund ward, city of Harrisburg.
n0v14.481* WM. MITCHELL, Clerk.
NOTICE is hereby given that JONAS
LaIThRICEILAGE-11, Admtnistrator cr Caroline Uop.
dec'd , will be at the Oleo of A. J. Bert, Req., an
voulay evening, November 7.91 k, at 7 o'clock, to Day al
olaims avast a. id estate. 1214 4td
EN - BALES of new Eastern Hops, for
nl b y v •
FOR SALE OR RENT.
rpHE Three story Brick Dwelling House
situate in Market street, (north side) one door east
of Third street, Ii °tiered for sale or rent. Enquire at
nl4-d3t* THIS OFFICE.
To Every Diseased. Kan, Woman & Child.
DR. STEWART, Physician +or Chronic
Diseases is permanently lodated In Harrisburg, and
can already refer to many cases which be has cured after
they bad been treated without benefit by the old system.
He can also rrlbr to hnndreds of such mires In different
portions °Vibe United States and Carw de.
Be pays particular attention to Affections of the Lungs
and Throat. In which class of conliplaints his Westmont Is
saw and will mated where there seems to be no hope of
Dr. S. has been wonderfolly successful In Disease of the
Stemsch, Liver, Kidneys, Nerves, all forms of Female
Complaints, Rheumatism. Neuralgia, Ssrofhla, Epilepsy,
and Affections of the Eye and Ear.
A candid opinion given in regard to curability . Terms
moderate. Office at the Buehler 800 e near the ladies ,
entrance. Boars 9a.m. to dp. m. Letters should be
addresfed to DR. .1. STEWART.
AND PRESCRIPTION STORE
w3r . W. ARMSTRONG, Prac
tical imagist and Chemist, would inform the
citizens of Barilsburg, that ha has leased the store room
recent] y oco pied by Dr. R,mbrll, and is now prepared
to !Lettish those who fell disposed to patronise bim, with
pu re and unadulterated Drugs and Medicines, such as can
be relied upon, having had several years experience In
the Drug and prescription business, ho moit respectlblly
solicits a share or Musicians' Prescription bastimas. Do
bas also a large and 'Varlet assortment Of Perthmery,
Stationery, &o. Also, all oftho moat popular Patent Ile.
dlcines of the day ; also, Tobacco, Begars, Enna, gto , of
the brat brands; also, Alcohol, Turpentine, Burning Fluid.
COAI t 11, &c. In fast everything usually kept in a well
stocked drug store. n0v . 12 dim
QECOND HAND PIANO FOR SALE —A 6
Octave Piano inbeetorder, for saleat W. KNOCHE'S
Music Sion). 92 Market street. Price $6O. Payment ta
ken hn monthly inetalmenta. 9 la
(goal ! Qtoal ! ! (trout !! !
COAL! COAL!! COAL!!!
NOW IS YOUR TIME
TO GET CLEAN COAL!
Rd Weight and Nothing Short of It!
THANKFUL TO MY FRIENDS AND
CUSTOMERS for their liberal patronage, I would
now inform them and the public generally, that I am
folly preparcd, on abort notice to supply teem with all
SUPERIOR COAL OF ALL SIZES.
ferFREE FROM SLATE, AND CAREFULLY
SCREENED AT AS LOW A FIGURE AS
FAIR DEALING WILL AFFORD.
Although my coal isnot weighed In VALY-WI2GMBO CAWS
18 WE (COED ON sews ACCDBAMY TIMM BY THE
MAUR OP !MGM AND 31LIFIMBI, and consumers may
rest assured that they will be fairly and honestly dealt
with Ysell nothing but the very best article, and no
ALSO HICKORY, OAS. and PINE WOOD alwa on
hand. GEO. P.
NOT TEE. FIRST ARRIVAL ,
-BUT ARRIVED MT DUE TIME TO BE
SOLD AT REDUCED PRICES ,
'LYKES 8 VALLEY 810VE COAL, SEA() per ton.
, 4 i 4 imijo
Also constantly on l and
LYKEN'S VALLEY IiROKEN,
ANB EYKAMP: , UT COAL,
• WILKESBARRE BROKEN,
No. 8 and 4„
Blacksmith Coal, Allnheny and Broad' Top. Also,
Hickory, Oak and Pins Wood. ' BURL
pl 4 No. 102 Chestnut street.
GOAL I LORBEERY GOAL I
91HOSE who want GOOD CLEAN COAL,
can be supplied by the CAR LOAD direct from
these lasimmenn Innis, with LUMP, BROKEN,' EGG,
STOVE and NUT, at reduced rates. Families laying In
their winter supplies will do area by calling on
oetlB-/md GAL GARVERICR,
S. kB. R. R. °Moe.
. COAL 1 C O A L.! COAL ! 1 I
THE SUBSCRI B ER is prepared at all
times to deliver to the CIUZEIOd Of Harrisburg, the
different - kinds and sizes o! - LYROPS-VALLEY, PINE
GROVE and WILKE:3W= Cade•Welghee on the city '
weigh cart at the consumers door, and rulr weight par
anteed. Prices as low as at any regelserarl hi the city.
Orders left at his office, corner 9th and Market - atreeta,
or dropped In the Post Office; will be promptly attended
to. DAVID IPCORMICK.
VENETIAN BLINDS &FURNITURE
WADE and ESPAIRED, in good a ,tyin at abort notice,
nd on rfasonable terms, by A. B. artAltP, Second. street
ow Chestnut. ° 011543 m
URICH & O,OWpFLETHVYAIT
WHOLINAL2 & MEWL
13 1 3Et. - 3E" 4131 r 41:30 C:10 331
Corner- -of__Eront. and.. Market Streets,
D. mum. . anresarnmare.
ja_ R -.. D APPLESan,artanra
ootill, For Role by. 4woaraB„ & CO.
LAR . . GE assortment of ALBUMS, of an
%e we ; w"h ah 'war 444 :Bow. =wpm.
13 for Igor ury friable)! be Mite at •
MOWN 'S - CHIP 20011:51011
TES A 11.11.1 %NATION or LANGLAO , S.—There ;-
lug tendency in this age to appropriate the n o-t
sive words of other language:, and afq , r a v. hoe
corporate them int.) our own ; thu the wed t
which is from the Greeir, stgnif, irg '.tor the h; a '
DOW becoming pop liariDl:hl io comic tom with Mr.
ing's great Headache remedy, but It will socri ho t , L..;
a mote general way, and the word Ccpbal,
as COMMOn as Eke tr typo and tEauY o: bore a ;
Unction as fo - eign words bee been worn sea r
mon usage unt4l they seem "runivo and to Cry „,
HI 'ad 'a 'orrible 'eadacbe th's bafterrcK n, ba:.'
stepped Into the bapothecaries hand rays hi ti t
~ t /La you haute me of an 'eadache r"no
'ard'' Faye 'e. Nlexceedingly," aays hi. huff , C. t
'e gave me a Carbides Pill, nand 'gra mo 'crittr it ,
me to quick that I 'artily realized 1 'ad 'ad all 'ea;, ,.;.,;
araunsurn Is the favorite sign by t, -
makes known any deviation whatever !rpm
state of the brain, and viewed in this light it m
looked on as a safeguard intended to Rive ie,t re of
which might otherwise e tape meet., on, til bin w. I
remedied; and its indications should ner. r I
Headache• may be cis/sallied under two !lain
Symptomatic aad Idiopathic Symptomatic
exceedingly common and Is the precursor of gr,
riety of diseSSOS, Meng which are Apo' 1„ ,
Rheumatism and all febrile d.seases. I
form it is sympathetic of disease of the atop, i'•11 '•
toting sick headache, of hepatic disease Colllltd.W.: ' •
m id headache, rl worms, COW tipation and
dors of the bowels, as wall as rectal and uteri +::]
tens. Diseases of the heart are very frequetatp ,'r,
ed with Hindaehes, Amoada and plethora are .t-•
loos which frequently occasion headache. 1.1
Headache is also very common, being muaby
gulehed by the IMMO of vitreous headache, eon,:
coming on suddenly in a state of apparently ro .n.:
and.prostrating Monroe tho mental and pb,yatcai a ,r•
and in other instance" itcomes on slowly , bora ..!.! •
depression aspirins or seer bity of temper. In rn
Mantes It coma on slowly, heralded by step,
spirits or acerbity of temper. In most ins ape. s
13 In the front or the bead, over 0100 or bobep
sometimes provoking vomiting ; under this ca, st, .) ,
be tamed Rituraiyia.
For the treatment of entity class of Ilrodsoh,. t!,
phone Piths have been found a sure and bale r‘•;! •%!
"loving the most acute pains In a low toinuli ••. , t•s
subtile power eradtm.ting the diseases or v. 1,1.!, L.
ache Is the unerring index.
italDOLT.—llialnus wants you lo send Lor a tot
phallo Glue, no, a bottle of rrepared lii I
thlsklng that's nOt just It naltber; hnt
antler knowing whet !: 'e. Ye see E he's i 3
roe With the Sick Bead:ohs, and went-1 same 1 ,
A. at same as relatved her before.
2VP.—You must mean Spalding's Cel.loo.
—Oett I sure now and you've sod it, trrc'•
quarter and gtv mo the Pills and don't be all
Constipation or Costivenev..
NO one or the "many ills flesh Is he' .r t , ; • •
lout, so little understood, and so much neglect :. •
tlveuetts. Often origiratlog In made en . r
tory habits; it is regarded as •slight disorder t .
consequence to excite anxiety, while ut t el; ; •
precursor and companion or many or reaey .
fatal and dangerous diseases, and Wes , e icy ii;
led it Will bring the sufferer to au
Among the lighter mills or alitrit en' s,
attendant are Iload tette, C lie , Rheum, ii,,
Mies and others or like nature, "side a 1..1 ; :
frightful diseases Such as Dialigittn; Fevers
Dysentery, Diarrhoea, Dyspejoy, Apoplexy.
Paralysts, Anne . la, Hp oehohdri lkt4. ltdri th.
Insanity, first indicate their pretence iii the i;
this alarming symptom. Not uncreqieoily it, .
named originate In C Upsilon, but take co .L:1 r.
pendent existence unless tie sauce is c: : ;
early stage. From all these colitiderat lees it •
the dioarder shovid receive fm,e atte: 1.1.,
ever it inters, end no person should neglict L. got
of Cerbalio I'lll3 on the Bret riKearainie of the comp::,
as their Hindy use will expel the let loots appren
dISOO".0 and dettw y lhte dar geroue r e Lo
A Real Blessing.
nes, bow is.
Mn. Jones—Ooze I Doctor, ail gout , ! the
Cured me in Just twenty Won't's, and 1
tend more so that I can have them handy.
Physician—You can got them at an!, 1 , 1•,•:; •
for cephalic 1111., I End they never :Alt, :
ine , d them in all cases of Headache.
Sri lona sball send fora hex .1i• en.; ,
tell all my suffering friends, fir they are a ;
Tirstryr MIUJONB as 111J-tos SAVED —Mr. Slut.'
sold two tonliona of bott+es of his celebratol rrt .
Glue and It is estmatel that each bath, say..s at I ,
dollars worth DI broken lurnkuro, thus niakin 4
grogate of twenty nill ions of dol,arn r, chutin ;ron. •
lass by this vatunb•e luvrotion. Having ni , t<lc
a household wort, be now propr , sts to do CI..
greater service by coring all the aching
Cephalic l'tl+, and If thcy are r s good as his
aches will soon vans: h away Ilkn snow in July
IlirOvita ExCumin, and Ill"_ mental car,
ty lacident to close attention to hotline:4 o- , tai .,
among the numerous MVOS or NervuuA n. _-
disordered state of mud and boy
tressing complaint is a Wel blow to all
Wien. Sufferers by this disorder can
speedy relief from time distres•ing attack, I.) c•
of the Cephalic Pills whenever the s)mi tin • .1, -
I; quilts the overtasired brain, and ISOOLLICa the tr
and jarring nerves, and reit:Les the tam n ~r
mach which always accompanies and a, gr-.V.l
ordered condition ol the brain.
FACT Wentz Snowtsci --Spaid:ng'a Cordiall‘ ,
a certain cure for Sick Headache, Bi it
Nerve= Headache, taativenette and General
GREAT DISCOVERY.—AtOnIar I be Tr t Imprt t
the peat mentosl dlacoverle3 of tht4 pge
eldered the syntem of Turf/main% for VTOt , LII , -
Small the Cephalic Plll for relief or I-el la.) •
the use of Quinine for tht prevention of Fover,
watch is it sure species, whose betellin •a tit i a
owed by atiTaring humanity inns n tier their rti•
harDm you ever have the Sick headache! p
member the throbbing temples, the fovcre 1 i.r
loathing and disgust at the sight or food.
unlit you were for pleasure, conversaliuu or mill ,
of the Cephalic Palls would hare relieved y,
sull.ring which you thou esperleucod, F , r I
other purposes yon should always have a t ox
hand to nee as occasion regattas.
AcO II CA
er - ' CURE
0 :475 , 001.eac4 0 :‹ 1
‘ 4 l• l lfr CURE " g Qi‘f
kt - ` 44 Das
By the use of them Pills the periodic attarq. ,
van as Sick Haddocks may be proven:el; and t:
tha emzusumbement of an attack immediate r,. !
- rain and siekceis may be obtained.
They seldom fall In removing the 4V4tadr. +.
females intim subject.
'They act gentlyispou the bowels,...reme c In; C F I
ir or Literary. hfar, Students, Delicate Female , '
persons of sedentary habits, they are valuab:c
One, improving the tweettle, giving tene and R , :-
digestive organs, and restoring the natural .'Y
strength of the whole system.
The CETEIALIO TILLS - are tte resu:t of 'oag
gallon and carefully conducted experiments, ha; 1/ 2.
In nee hi many years, during which lime th,y
vented and relayed a vast amount of pain an •
reontreaditchet, whether originating In the nere.a:
tem or from a deranged State of the st, mewl.
They aro entirely vegetable in thee e:mpoEit ., u ,
;m ybe taken at all time with pe.fect s faty
ntakieg any change of diet, and ft* abfence of
Thi tannin' have flys atanc urea at Re p a
on each box.
goldby Drualllta and alt other Dealsts is Ilediciwn
A Pax will be sent by mad prepa'd on etkeipt arum
PRICE 25 CENTS.
Ali priors 410414 b 0 addretned to •
- ' 1 / 1 81b2/4 6.2PALLDIG,
nOlitEdtirly 48 Cads. ['lmo:, Nor TOM